'18 Outback Touring Dark Blue Pearl 3.6r
This guy will never live this down.
I grew up in the Detroit area, I can confirm from experience.Saw that. A racer spun in the same spot about 30 some laps in, there is a slight bump after the corner. The whole track is rather rough, it is Detroit.
My guess is that someone else did some pre run track runs with it goofing off and fooling with the nanny controls then passed it off to the Executive without resetting the nanny to prevent exactly what happened. The nanny would have chopped power the second the rear started to break traction and it would have never been even a commentator comment. Instead he lit up the rear tires and spun it right into a wall. LOLWhy was stability control disabled?
It's been a standard feature since at least the C5. I'm sure it's there in the C7.
Prototype or demo model used? Prideful executive?
I'm sure the tabloids will find out soon enough.
1971, Indianapolis 500 pace car:You'd be surprised at how many time even top-notch retired Indy car drivers have spun/slid off the track/hit another car with the pace car!
I worked with a guy that would delight in telling people he had two Vettes. CHEvettes.I think I read a book about the Corvette... was it "Unsafe at any speed"?
Oh, that was the Chevy Corvair.. not the Chevy Corvette.. There was one thing in common, they were both Chevy's